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    September 5, 2010
    6:00 - 6:30pm EDT  

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>> live, local, late breaking a. this is wbal-tv 11 news at 6:00 p.m. in hd. ♪ ♪ >> the day has arrived. bieber fever taking over the
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fairground tonight. they are there to catch the teen heartthrob there live in action. thanks to wbal-tv one lucky teenager is getting a chance to meet him herself. we're live with a look at the state fair. >> good evening, everybody. brace yourself as a. in less than one hour, the one and only just in -- justin bieber will be on that stage. some are already lined up to get their spot in from the stage. this concert is sold out. fans lined up early this morning to get their hands on the elusive tickets. 16-year-old justin has captured the hearts of his fans. we asked this curve of grilled what they would ask him if they were backstage. >> how do you have such good looks? >> i would ask him to marry me. >> i would give him my number.
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>> he has his hair, his talent, his smile, his eyes. yeah. >> i think it is amazing. a lot of parents were out this morning standing in line. i hope our daughters appreciate this. >> he seems to be a nice guy with a good message. >> fans continue to stream into the fair grounds wearing their bieber gear. this is going to be a very crowded night at the fair. if you have a ticket and are not here yet, good luck. you not be able to get a good seat. every few minutes we see a group of girls just rent from the ticket line all the way to the infield. it is a very exciting that the maryland state fair with justin bieber. one of the state fair, wbal-tv
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11 news. >> of the mta has extended today's light rail hours. it will operate every 30 minutes. do not forget to send us your state faribault's. log on to wbaltv.com -- send us your state fair photographs. >> maryland is in trouble. dangers, higher taxes, not enough jobs. >> the republican candidate for governor robert ehrlich is now hitting the airwaves. his first ad is entitled, "let's get to work." he went to create jobs and clean up the chesapeake bay. they say the ad is just more of his empty promises. the o'malley campaign called him the biggest spending in maryland history. we take a look at the closer --
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take a closer look at the ad at 11:00 p.m. politicians are continuing to point figures -- point fingers at jobs and the economy. bryn mawr has the story from washington. -- brian moore has the story. >> president obama is focusing on creating jobs and saving the jobs for democrats on capitol hill. small-business owners say thank you, but -- >> this should have happened 1.5 years ago. >> they are also talking about a payroll tax. >> they say this is politically motivated. elections are less than 60 days away. >> they said unemployment would be a maximum of 8%. it is now 9.6%. and of said. -- enough said.
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>> democrats are now in danger of losing the house and senate. >> that have been focusing on the economy -- on health care for a year when they should have been focusing on the economy. >> it is too late to turn this around for november, but perhaps not too late. white house is trying to kickstart the economy but they are avoiding the word "stimulus." brian moore, wbal-tv 11 news. >> election coverage continues on our website, wbaltv.com. you can find out if the candid its claims are true. this is under the policy section of wbaltv.com. >> a local man is in florida seeking answers for his mother's disappearance. they found two bodies and what has been identified. now the question remains if the other is 78-year-old goldie
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robinson. the bodies were found on her property. they are awaiting an autopsy to fight at the second body is his mother. -- to find out if that second body is his mother. >> this is a nightmare that i would not wish on anyone. >> the suspect is in jail on a probation violation. they are not ruling out any other suspect. >> we first. this story yesterday. a two-year-old boy was pulled from a swimming pool yesterday morning and has now died. they found the boy on picnic road. the cause of death has not been released. the investigation into what caused the giant explosion on the deepwater horizon oil rig is
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moving forward tonight with a key piece of evidence. we have the latest. >> this is the first close-up look at what federal investigators are hoping will shed light on the nation's worst environmental disaster. last night, they hoisted the 300 times blowout preventer on to this vessel. it was taken to federal authorities and they will investigate what caused the april 20th at the explosion that killed 11 people. >> now we have the blowout preventer on surface and the investigation moving forward, everyone will understand what has taken place. >> fbi agents will be escorting the five-story tall piece to louisiana for analysis. final preparations for permanently killing the well are under way. >> there is a new blog printer on the well. it was previously put in through the static killed. this does not constitute a threat to the gulf of mexico.
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>> even with no oil flowing into the gulf, bp and federal officials are moving forward with the bottom killed procedure. >> we should be ready to move forward with the relief wells sometime this week. >> with the final plugging of the well, the focus turned to cleanup. that will continue for a long time. nbc news. >> still ahead, so long hurricane earl and hello beach weekend. we tell you how the storm impacted the beach. an update on the jet blew a flight attendant who gained national -- jetblue flight attendant who gained national attention. details on this accident when they come back. >> gorgeous sunday as we reached a high of 78 degrees. right now, still in the 70's and a little chilly overnight.
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>> taken the damage in
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philadelphia. seven people were taken to the hospital including one child. this deck fell during a labor day picnic. none of the injuries are considered serious. and there's another in serious condition and her two children killed follow a serious accident that check and an interstate. she slammed the brakes on her minivan when a car cut her off. another car hit her and a tanker truck hit both of those vehicles. police are still searching for the driver who cut her off. the jetblue flight attendant is, surprise surprise, no longer working for the airline. she would not elaborate on how the company and slaughter parted ways. he grabbed some beer and went out the inflatable shoe. he has pleaded not guilty to all charges. earl skimmed by with minimal
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damage, but we can still feel the effect. we take another look next. >> nothing but high and dry with plenty of sun never baltimore. will this last round your holiday? i break it down for you coming out. 77 at the airport, 77 downtown. com winds and the humidity.
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>> this carnival ship docked back in baltimore after injecting the tour. and apart from baltimore last tuesday. it had to stop in cape canaveral, fla., because of the hurricane. another course had been canceled. officials say the waves along the eastern seaboard, the dow today. . today was a different story. many vacationers still headed out to the ocean. they were greeted with a very
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big waves. actually occurred were on duty. summer of to the challenge to take on the surface. >> the waves were like had high. >> it works to pretty hard. it is a lot of fun. >> some 250,000 vacationers were expected this weekend at ocean city. >> your 11 insta-weather + forecast with sandra shaw. >> vehicle sky conditions with plenty of sun. -- beautiful sky conditions. we will see the temperatures really dropping below 50's overnight tonight. over 50's downtown. cloud cover well to our north. this system will not be here until the middle of the week.
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we will remain high and dry. we will see a slight increase in the temperature over your labor day. 77 downtown, 77 at the state fair, 75 on the eastern shore. as far as the high temperatures today, 78 degrees at the airport, 80 degrees downtown. 52 for an overnight low at the airport last night. there was obviously a reason. 63 downtown. a nice cool air mass in play. the high pressure will move offshore tomorrow which will change things a little bit. the normal highs and lows are 81 and 60. we are not too far off the mark. it is so refreshing compared to those midnight epoxy that were suffered during last week. clear skies tonight. 52-bit 9 for overnight low temperatures. labor day. you have no problems outside whatsoever. the forecast calls for sunny and pleasant skies with a high of
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83. southeast winds at 5-10 miles per hour. here is the state-wide tour. perhaps you are heading to the mountains, things are looking good. 78 degrees and mostly sunny skies. the general trend will be in the low 80's with very light winds out of the south. it will feel a little warmer tomorrow and much warmer in the middle part of the week. 794 ocean city. if you are going to take your butt out, south wins on the chesapeake at 5-10 knots, ways that 1 foot, water temperature steady in the 70's. this will allow for more of a southerly flow bringing in more warmth. we will be on the warmer side of things as we head into tuesday and wednesday. the cold front to our west will be coming for. i've had of that, and dramatic increase in temperatures and we will be near 90 degrees. enjoy tomorrow while you can
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begin the national hurricane center is still watching the remnants of what was once gaston. it was a depression and now it has dissipated. it looks like it is trying to reform. the seven-day forecast, a high and dry all week long. the front will come through wednesday night. saturday and sunday we split the difference it will be back in the mid 80's. >> thank you, sandra. pete was saying the ozark -- the o's did something for the second time? >> it is a good thing. the birds bid for a
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>> 11 sports with pete gilbert. >> a major culture in the orioles, learning how to rise to the occasion. before this series in tampa, they had 13 chances.
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today against the team with the second-best record in baseball, the birds get it done. in the bottom of the third, corey patterson. he just missed a two-run shot. he gets it right here. in the top of the fourth, a line drive. i missed him for four months. roberts cannot help to miss this one. upton. a two-run shot. the tampa bay devil rays in the front 5-4. the other way. crawford cannot quite find it. izturiz is lying around a third. they all go the orioles way. birds of 6-5.
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longoria swings. the birds when the game 8-7 and win the series two-one. the former quarterback will join the ravens practice squad. the ravens waved him to add another corner. they brought back some of the players cut for the practice squad. as for the ravens top picks, he says he will take the field sometime next month. from his twitter account, he says he is coming to baltimore and cannot wait to come back to the team. he remains more cautious about his future availability. he says he will wear no. 94. like a smattering of jet lag, the pga tour was off kilter. third round today at the
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deutsche bank champion chip -- championship. phil mickelson is making a move. a little wedge. for the eagle? no potter required. -- no putter. -12 in the hunt. a disaster. look at his wedge. he is at -16. day chips in at the 18th. today? just slides by. a birdie none the less. women's open, fourth round. first set, williams serving only 48%. when they were good they were good. she takes the second after a really good rally. she gets to the net with a
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fabulous drop volley. 7-6, 6-3. an old timer's game today at target. the new digs in minneapolis are not just as a fabulous. the onetime first baseman charging with the pop up. the likes of which i have never seen. look at that. figure out how to field that properly. look at the big fella. bom. -- boom. the old guys should not play anymore. sorry, guys. a check of the forecast coming out.
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>> a picture perfect weekend. >> we could not have asked for better. we topped out at 78 degrees. tomorrow will be a few days warmer. 83, plenty of sun for tomorrow and tuesday. possibly near 90 degrees on wednesday. the front will come through and brings us back to near normal. a slight chance for a shower maybe wednesday night or on saturday. enjoy. >> not easy coming to work today. captioned by the national captioning institute --www.ncicap.org--
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>> this is a wbal-tv 11 editorial. >> with the flip of a calendar page to the tender, which entered one of the busiest times of year on our neighborhood streets. school buses, minivans come and suvs filled with students are on the road adding a new class of first-time drivers ready to claim a spot in the high school parking lot and your daily commute just got more crowded. it also became more dangerous. cars and didn't fill the crosswalks. beginning in october, maryland, like many other states and washington, d.c., will require hands-free devices.
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textile and driving will be against the law. you did not have to wait until october. long gone to wbaltv.com and make the 3d pledge. do not drive distracted. in partnership with shock trauma and maryland public schools, we encourage you to put down the phone and pay attention. there is no phone call or message more important than a life and the life you save could be your own. as a career prosecutor i made decisions on facts not politics. in washington, i'm trying to do the same. that's why i voted to crackdown on wall street and protect the bay. and why i voted against the $3 trillion budget, the big bank bailout, and against the health care bill. you see for me it's not about democrats or
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republicans it's about common sense and doing what's best for our families. maybe that's why i'm ranked one of the most independent members of congress. i'm frank kratovil and i approve this message.